Group Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
Title: Correspondence: 1907 January-February
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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
 Material Information
Title: Correspondence: 1907 January-February
Series Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
Physical Description: Archival
Publication Date: 1907 January-February
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Box: 20
Folder: Correspondence: 1907 January-February
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Subject: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094873
Volume ID: VID00085
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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HARWICK,FARRIS S. JENNINGS
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
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Dear Sir:
I have been located at 405 Main Street for the past four
years, and during that time I have done very little repair work, for
the reason that I have never been able to come out even on the proposi-
tion. For instance, I had the Plumbers' Union to contend with, who de-
manded that I pay a man 50 cents per hour and refused to allow him the
use of a bicycle, etc. The result was that if you lived in Spring-
field or Riverside and desired a faucet repaired, I was compelled to
send a $4.00 per day man, who would walk from my office to your resi-
dence and back, and I would be compelled to pay him 50 cents per hour
from the time he left until he returned. The consequence was that I
was forced -to charge you $1.40 to fix a faucet that I would have gladly
sold you new for 65 cents. You can readily see that this kind of busi-
ness was most unprofitable both to my customers and myself.
Beginning Jan. 1st, 1907, I have inaugurated a new system
whereby I think I will be able to handle this part of the business
with some profit to myself and certainly with more satisfaction to my
customers.
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complete set of tools for this kind of work and a bicycle, and it will
be their duties to attend to nothing else but repair work.
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in the shortest time possible, and my charges will be 50 cents per
hour for all classes of repair work.
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will kindly call my attention to the fact I will cheerfully rectify it.
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the profits in the work. But in the future I shall send no collector,
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OFFER OF


$1,500,000

77% PREFERRED STOCK

OF THE

REGAL SHOE COMPANY
L. BLISS, President. C. H. CROSS, Secretary.
E. J. BLISS, Treasurer and Managing Director.


,AUTHORIZED CAPITAL
$5,000,000.00

$2,500,000.00 7% PREFERRED STOCK.
$2,500,000.00 COMMON STOCK.
Par Value of Each Share $100 (One Hundred Dollars.)
ALL SHARES FULL-PAID
AND NON-ASSESSABLE.
PREFERRED STOCK DIVIDENDS AT THE RATE OF
7o PER ANNUM ARE PAYABLE QUARTERLY,
BY CHECK, ON THE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY,
APRIL, JULY AND OCTOBER, OF EACH YEAR.


An unusual opportunity for the public to purchase,
at par, seven per cent dividend-paying Preferred Stock
of an organization with a continuous record of success
and of known financial strength.


The Regal Shoe Company reserves the right to reject any application
and to award a smaller amount than applied for.
Dividends to be calculated from the date upon which payment for
subscription Is received by us.


February 15, 1907.










EXPANSION OFFERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO
PURCHASE REGAL SHOE COMPANY
7% PREFERRED STOCK

REASON WHY For the purpose of increasing its working capital,
OFFER IS MADE enlarging its manufacturing facilities, operating new
stores and agencies, to meet a demand already created
for its goods, the Regal Shoe Company hereby offers to the public
15,000 shares, par value $100 ($1,500,000) of its 7% Preferred Stock.
Every dollar received from the sale of this 7%
Preferred Stock will be turned into the treasury
of the corporation, and used for the immediate
enlargement of its factory capacity and for
taking care of business already assured.
The net earnings of the Regal Shoe business for the last 11 years
have been in excess of the amount necessary to pay 7% dividends on
the total issue of Preferred Stock, $2,500,000, for the entire period,
and it is estimated that the new capital will double the present net
earnings.
CHARACTER OF THE The Regal Shoe Company has an authorized
INVESTMENT capital stock of $5,000,000.00, of which
$2,500,000.00 is 7% Preferred and $2,500,-
000.00 Common, par value $100 per share, all full paid and non-
assessable. $1,500,000. of the 7% Preferred Stock only is offered
for public subscription, dividends payable quarterly the first day of
January, April, July and October of each year.
This Preferred Stock is preferred both as to assets and dividends.
The profits of the business each quarter must be first applied
to the payment of quarterly dividends at the rate of 7% per annum
on the Preferred Stock before any dividends can be paid on the
Common Stock.
THE EXCEPTIONAL The corporation owns and operates at Whitman,
SECURITY OF AN IN- Mass., the largest and most completely
VESTMENT IN REGAL equipped factory devoted exclusively to the
PREFERRED making of fine shoes. All cash on hand,
buildings, box factory, shoe dressing labora-
tories, power, heat and light plant, all real and personal property,
machinery and equipment; all the shoes and leather, all supplies;
all the Regal chain of retail stores from London to San Francisco,
are owned by the Regal Shoe Company, free and unencumbered;
no mortgages, no bonds. All these assets, together with a large
surplus and depreciation fund already accumulated, positively se-
cure the holders of Preferred Stock.









The Preferred Stock is further secured by the good-will of the
Regal business, foreign and domestic patents, and the trade mark
f"Regal," having a value In the open market equal to more than the
full amount of the total issue of Preferred Stock.
Additional protection, which safeguards the holders of Preferred
Stock and Insures the investment, is provided by the following clause
which appears in the Charter and By-Laws of the Company:-
No mortgage or other lien shall be placed
upon any of the property of the Company, with-
out the consent of holders of a majority in In-
terest of the Preferred Stock of the Company."

A statement by the Treasurer and Managing Director, certi-
fied to by disinterested public accountants and appraisers of recog-
nized authority, will be furnished to each purchaser of Preferred
Stock, to the effect that the Corporation owns, free and unen-
cumbered, real, tangible assets of more than 8100 for each and
every share of Preferred Stock sold, not including the value of good-
will, foreign and domestic trade marks, patents and other valuable
assets owned by the Corporation.

GROWTH OF THE BUSINESS

In September, 1893, the Regal Shoe Company was started by a
young man whose sole capital consisted of 81500, a practical knowl-
edge of the shoe business, indefatigable energy, and an idea.

The original Investment of $1500 has grown into a business, the
tangible assets and good-will of which are worth more than 85,000,000.

The Regal Shoe stores up to the present time have been located
in the most difficult places as far as competition is concerned-in
the large cities of the country yet, in spite of this fact, they have
achieved an unparalleled success.

STORE BUSINESS. We are the only manufacturers who have ever
made a success in operating A chain of retail stores
In the large cities exclusively-which means that our management
and the principles of our business have been correct from the start.
This is the best guarantee of the stability of the business.

In New York City, where retail shoe competition is keenest,
$32,000 worth of Regal shoes have been sold to individual purchasers
in one day for cash at the standard retail prices. Such a record has
never been equalled by any other shoe retailer.


An illustration of the success achieved by this systematic organ-
ization is the fact that across the continent, in San Francisco, far
from its base of supplies, one Regal Shoe store sells 8250,000 worth
each year, which is the largest specialty shoe business in San Fran-
cisco.
Having made a success among the most critical people of the
large cities, there is no question about our success in the smaller
places.
Every dollar handled in the daily business of the Company is con-
trolled and safeguarded by a system perfect in every detail. At the
close of each business day the home office of the Company Is able to
know the exact condition of the finances and stock of each of its
stores.
AGENCY Up to two years ago, the factory capacity was strained to
BUSINESS meet the increasing demand of established stores. We made
extensive alterations and additions, which increased our
output and enabled us to establish a few exclusive agencies.
On December 31, 1906, we had on file 7,369 applications for
agencies from merchants in all parts of the country, and up to the
present time, on account of manufacturing limitations, only forty
could be accepted.
The few exclusive agencies we have been able to supply show an
Increase in volume of business for the year 1906 over 1905 of 129%.
The Regal business has shown an annual average increase of
49 jY2% each year of its existence, selling only through its own ex-
clusive stores and a few established agencies. And yet, to-day, with
our 122 stores and agencies, we are reaching only one-fifth of the
population of the United States.
EXPANSION-THE By increasing the capital so that the manufacturing
LOGICAL RESULT and selling facilities can be enlarged adequately and
immediately, Regal stores and agencies will be
located in every city and important town in the United States, and
thus the already-created demand for Regal shoes in the vast territory
outside that now reached by the existing chain of Regal stores will be
supplied.
DEMONSTRATED This proposition is not based on undeveloped
SUCCESS future possibilities, but is a demonstrated dividend-
payer, with a record fully substantiated by actual results.
For the past 11 years the net earnings of the business have been
greater than the amount required to pay 7% dividends on the total
issue of Preferred Stock, 82,500,000, for the entire period. The latest
years have produced the largest results. The current earnings are
the largest in the history of the business.










NO CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT

Up to the present time the Regal Shoe Company has been
a close corporation, its ownership being vested exclusively in its
founders. They have built up the business from a very modest be-
ginning fourteen years ago to its present volume, and each one has
a keen interest in perpetuating the great success already achieved.

The men actively engaged in the present management are young
men in the prime of their powers, which fact eliminates for many
years the possibility of loss of prestige and earning capacity through
the loss of the genius that created the business. They will continue
in the active management of the Company, always working on the
same principles, and according to the same methods, which have been
responsible for the rapid and profitable development of the business
up to this time.

The interest which is held by them, represented by the Common
Stock, cannot receive one cent of dividend until the quarterly dividend
has been paid at the rate of 7% per annum on all the Preferred Stock
outstanding.

IDEAS THAT WERE INSTRUMENTAL IN
BUILDING UP THE BUSINESS
The original Regal Idea was to sell to the public direct-eliminate
all useless expenses, and put into the shoe the money that was cus-
tomarily lost in needless selling expense.

ELIMINATION OF UN- The money saved by cutting out the profits
NECESSARY EXPENSE that formerly were distributed somewhere
between the manufacturer and wearer, made
it possible to retail a shoe that had more real value and style than
had ever before been offered to the public at a reasonable price. This
idea revolutionized the retail shoe business.

The business was started and is now operated on the principle
that it is better to make five sales at an average profit of 7% on each
than one sale at 25%.
We have turned some stocks twelve times a year a result
heretofore unheard of in the retail shoe business, where the turning
of stock three times a year is regarded as good business.

To those who are not familiar with the phrase turning stock"
it should be explained that this means that we have sold the complete
stock in some of our stores twelve times during the year, thereby earn-
ing twelve profits on our money.


It is the public's appreciation of the quality and low price of
Regal Shoes that has enabled us to make this rapid turn-over, and,
on the other hand, the repeated turn-over has permitted us to sell
Regal Shoes at a low margin of profit and yet realize the large
returns on the capital invested.


ARGUMENTATIVE Mr. E. J. Bliss, the present Treasurer and Managing
ADVERTISING Director, who was the author of this idea and the
founder of the business, appreciated the value of
publicity. His aggressive advertising campaign, which was waged in
the newspapers and magazines, and increased each year with an
appropriation based on a fixed percentage of increasing profits, is
thoroughly familiar to the shoe-purchasing public.


Mr. Bliss' theory was based on the fact that the average man
is always open to direct, definite, tangible, straightforward proof;
that the Regal Shoe, honestly made of the finest materials, could
stand the test of light of day in its most secret parts, and that the
best possible way to influence a prospective purchaser was to convince
him of the quality of Regal shoes by submitting proofs before
purchase.


The public is familiar with the "Window of The Sole"* label,
which proved the quality of the sole leather in Regal Shoes before
the purchase; the Regal Buzz Saw," which uncovered the hidden
parts of the shoe, and the Regal Specifications Tag, attached to
every Regal Shoe. Like the United States Government label re-
quired by the Pure Food Law, this tag describes every article and
guarantees the quality of every material used in the manufacture
of Regal Shoes. The Regal is the only shoe in the world which
has this guarantee.

The Regal Shoe Company is frequently referred to by well-known
writers on business system as having the most efficient and systematic
organization for the handling of its business. See WORLD'S WORK,
November issue, 1902; SYSTEM, September and October issues, 1905;
NATIONAL MAGAZINE, November issue, 1903, and McCLURE'S
MAGAZINE, April issue, 1897.


To-day the Regal Shoe Company is an American institution,
owning a business with an international reputation-a permanent ex-
position of original ideas and methods of producing and selling
fine shoes.










PERTINENT FACTS

This stock is not issued to liquidate any indebtedness.
There Is nothing whatever of a speculative nature about the
purchase of this 7% Preferred Stock. The Regal Shoe Company is
a going concern with a continuous record of success. Its present
net earnings are more than enough to pay 7% on the entire issue
of Preferred Stock. This is an opportunity to become a stockholder
in one of the most successful established mercantile businesses in the
country to-day.
There is nothing more substantial or permanent in the range of
all industrial enterprises than the manufacturing of a necessity.
Shoes are a fundamental necessity. A business based on this founda-
tion is not adversely affected by depressions in the business world,
and is not influenced by trust investigation or tariff revision.
FACTORY Every investor, or prospective Investor, is cordially invited
OPEN TO to visit our factory at Whitman, Massachusetts. He
PUBLIC will find our factory equipped with the most modern ma-
chinery and mechanical appliances in every part, including
many devices designed exclusively for the Regal Shoe and used only
in the making of Regal Shoes.
He can see the system by which everything runs like clockwork,
and he can see the best organized and most economical shoe fac-
tory in the world. He can, with his own eyes, see the leather turning
into shoes and the shoes turning into money.
The Regal factory has always been entirely open to inspection
by the public, and a staff of special guides is provided for the purpose
of meeting visitors from Boston and conducting them through every
department of our plant.
Any man familiar with business affairs can thus see for himself
exactly how perfectly efficient is our manufacturing system and
organization.
PERFECT The investor can at all times see a branch of the Regal
STORE business operating and growing right in his own city, or
SYSTEM with a representative in his own town. He need not take


anybody's word for the fact that business is gooa or bau;
he can go right into the local Regal store and find out all about it
for himself.
Any man within reach of a Regal store is invited to go Into that
store, ask the manager to explain to him the system under which
the store is managed, the kind of reports the store must make to
headquarters, the perfect system by which the stock is kept up,
orders transmitted and filled, and cash handled.


Thus, the investment combines local security right at home-
where you can put your hand on it every day-with the safety and
stability of a business which draws its income from widely scattered
sources.
There Is no other public industrial corporation in this country
organized on this fair, open, straightforward basis where a stock-
holder can at all times see every detail of the business and know just
exactly what is being done with his money.
TANGIBLE The vast trade of the Regal Shoe Company cannot be mate-
ASSETS really influenced by any calamities such as panics, riots,
strikes, floods, earthquakes or fires, because its scope is
too broad and It controls its own source of sale through its chain
of 122 stores and agencies located in 84 of the largest cities In the
United States.
The Company carries its bank accounts in all of the cities where
it has stores, and therefore it is inconceivable that even a severe
financial panic could materially affect it.
It is different from any other manufacturing business, in the
fact that its customers are numbered by the tens of thousands. The
failure of any one or a hundred customers could not affect the Company
In the slightest degree, even though it were doing a credit business.
All the Regal Shoe Company's assets are in plain sight to
be seen and felt and counted. The existence of these tangible
assets makes the money invested in Regal Preferred absolutely safe.
NO PROMOTION We have declined an offer from a syndicate to
STOCK underwrite the entire stock issue. This would, as
always, mean a series of profits to underwriters
and agents before the stock reached the public. The investors would,
therefore, eventually have to pay the commission charged by a broker.
The basic principle of the Regal Shoe Company has always been
to sell its product from maker to purchaser direct and to give the
full value for every dollar. We maintain this same principle in the
marketing of the Preferred Stock issue-that is, cut out the un-
necessary expense and sell direct to the investor.
There is no "promotion" stock included in this Issue. The
owners are not selling out their interest. Every dollar received
from the proceeds of the sale of this Preferred Stock will be de-
voted to the immediate development of the business.
The Regal Shoe Company is convinced that it is more desirable
to sell this 7% Preferred Stock direct to a large number of individuals
in all the different parts of the country than to dispose of the stock
through the more usual channel of bond houses or banking Institu-
tions.









The Company believes that every stockholder will thus have an
active personal Interest in the continued success of the Regal business,
and that this will have a very strong and important influence in build-
ing up new business in undeveloped territory.
This is a good investment for the large investor, and is equally
good for the working man and small investor.
This is an opportunity to acquire stock ownership in a going,
successful business. We believe this is the safest and most attractive
investment that was ever offered to the public, and the best oppor-
tunity to obtain 7% on the money you now have lying idle or which
may at present be earning less than half the amount that will be
paid annually on this issue of Regal 7% Preferred Stock.

SUMMARY OF THE OFFER
1:-The reason for the offer Is to secure additional capital for
the immediate expansion of a business whose success has been
demonstrated.
2:-Our authorized capitalization-every dollar-represents not
what we are going to do next year or the year after, but what we have
done in the past and are doing to-day.
3:-The men who have made this business successful will remain
In the active management of it. This is assured because they hold
all the common stock. They are not selling out. Their profit, there-
fore, depends upon the concern's making a profit over and above the
amount required to pay quarterly dividends at the rate of 7% per
annum on the preferred shares.
4:-Your quarterly dividends are assured by the fact that for 11
years the net earnings of the business have been more than enough
to pay seven per cent on the total issue of Preferred Stock, $2,500,000,
for the entire period.
5:- By the addition of $1,500,000 of new capital to the resources
of the Company, derived from the sale of the Preferred Stock, it is esti-
mated that the present net earnings of the business will be doubled.
SEARCHING You are cordially invited to inspect the factory at
INVESTIGATION Whitman, Mass., and to make a thorough
INVITED Investigation of the books, files and records of the
Regal Shoe Company. Every facility will be afforded
to all prospective purchasers of stock, or their representatives who
may come to the general offices of the company; to satisfy them of
the soundness of the investigation.
HOW TO GET THIS Send the money or certified check, express or
7% PREFERRED post-office money order to E. J. Bliss, Treasurer
STOCK Regal Shoe Company, 109 Summer St., Boston,
Mass., or to any one of the following sixty-four
banks, which will receive subscriptions and hold your money until
they receive the stock certificates. Dividends will be calculated from
the date upon which payment for subscriptions is received by us.


LIST OF BANKS


BOSTON . . . .


NEW YORK . . . .


BROOKLYN . .
PITTSBURG . .
PHILADELPHIA .
BALTIMORE . .
WASHINGTON, D. C.
BUFFALO . . .
CINCINNATI . .
CHICAGO . . .
CLEVELAND . .
DETROIT . . .
UTICA . . .
MILWAUKEE . .
ROCHESTER . .
SYRACUSE . .
JERSEY CITY . .
NEWARK . . .
LOUISVILLE . .
ST. PAUL . .
OAKLAND . . .
RICHMOND . .
SAN FRANCISCO .
ST. LOUIS . . .
PROVIDENCE . .
TAMPA, FLA .
ROANOKE, VA. .
SEATTLE, WASH. .
NORFOLK, VA. .
NEWPORT, R. I. .
ATLANTA, GA. ..
WIIKES-BARRE, PA.
NORWICH, CONN. .
PORTLAND, ME. .
SARATOGA, N. Y. .
LOS ANGELES . .
ALBANY, N. Y.. .
SAVANNAH, GA. .
SAN ANTONIO, TEX.


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{First National Bank
Fourth National Bank
International Trust Co.
Garfield National Bank
Mutual Bank
Fourteenth St. Bank
Mount Morris Bank
I Union Bank of Brooklyn
The Nassau Trust Co.
Second National Bank
Tradesmen's National Bank
The National Bank of Baltimore
Second National Bank
Bank of Buffalo
Fifth National Bank
Merchants' Loan & Trust Co.
Citizens' Saving & Trust Co.
German American Bank
Oneida National Bank
First National Bank
National Bank of Rochester
First National Bank
Third National Bank
Union National Bank
German Insurance Bank
Second National Bank
First National Bank
Broad Street Bank
Western National Bank
National Bank of Commerce
United National Bank
American National Bank
First National Bank
National Bank of Commerce
Atlantic Trust and Deposit Co.
National Exchange Bank
Lowry National Bank
Wyoming Valley Trust Co.
First National Bank
Fidelity Trust Co.
Adirondack Trust Co.
Broadway Bank & Trust Co.
National Commercial Bank
Commercial Bank of Savannah
West Texas Bank & Trust Co.


(List of Banks Continued on next Page.)










HAVANA, CUBA . .
MOBILE, ALA.. . .
NEW ORLEANS, LA..
FALL RIVER, MASS..
TAUNTON, MASS.. .
TACOMA, WASH. .
TROY, N. Y. . .
MEXICO CITY, MEX. .
AUGUSTA, GA.. . .
HAVERHILL, MASS..
SCRANTON, PA. . .
BRIDGEPORT, CONN..
WACO, TEXAS . .
DENVER, COLO. . .
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. .
GLENS FALLS, N. Y. .
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. .
BIRMINGHAM, ALA..
JACKSONVILLE; FLA..
WHITMAN, MASS. .


Royal Bank of Canada
First National Bank
German American National Bank
B. M. C. Durfee Bank
Machinists' National Bank
National Bank of Commerce
National State Bank
United States Banking Co., S. A.
Union Savings Bank
First National Bank
First National Bank
James Staples and Co., Bankers
First National Bank
Colorado National Bank
The National Bank of Commerce
Glens Falls Trust Co.
Columbia National Bank
First National Bank
Atlantic National Bank
Whitman National Bank *


REGISTRAR AND TRANSFER AGENT:-
INTERNATIONAL TRUST CO.,
45 Milk St., Boston, Mass.
AUDITORS:-
GUNN, RICHARDS & CO., Public Accountants and Production Engineers,
43 Exchange Place, New York City.

Dividends on the Preferred Stock are paid by check on our
banks in Boston, New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Checks
will be drawn on our bank in whichever of these cities is nearest
to the place in which each stockholder resides. The checks are
mailed on January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and October 1st.
It is believed that complete Information is contained in this
announcement, but correspondence is invited from any one who desires
further information on any point.
A Subscription Blank, on which your orders for this Preferred
Stock may be written, also a return envelope, are enclosed with this
Prospectus.
HISTORY OF THE COMPANY FOR The Company will send to any
PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS prospective purchaser of stock,
on request, a complete history
of the Regal Shoe business, from its inception to the present time.
This book is illustrated with numerous pictures of the exterior and
interior of the Regal factory and of all the Regal Stores. Send your
request for the history to E. J. Bliss, Treasurer and Managing Director,
Regal Shoe Company, 109 Summer St., Boston, Mass.






REQUEST FOR REGAL HISTORY


Mr. E. J. BLISS, Treasurer,
REGAL SHOE COMPANY,
109 Summer St., Boston, Mass.
Dear Sir:-
Should like to receive a copy of the history of the Regal Shoe
Company, as referred to In the prospectus of your issue of 7% Preferred Stock.

Name

Street and No.

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Mr. E. J. BLISS, Treasurer,
REGAL SHOE COMPANY,
109 Summer St., Boston, Mass.
Dear Sir:-

The undersigned hereby makes application for shares of the Preferred Stock of

the Regal Shoe Company, a Maine corporation, at the par value of $100. per share, and encloses

herewith $ in full payment therefore.

You are authorized to issue the stock certificate in the name of

Street Town State___


and mail the same by registered mail to the address given below.


Signed


Town

State











REGAL SHOE COMPANY, INC.,


109 Summer Street,


TnwesunaR AND MANAGING DIRECTOR
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BOSTON, MASS.



















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The shaded buildings In the large drawing comprise the present plant.
The buildings in lighter outline are the additions, to be erected from plans already
prepared.
Eleven additional acres of land adjoining the Railroad right-of-way were pur-
chased by the Regal Shoe Company on February 9, 1907, and the new buildings
will be located upon this property.
The floor area of the present plant is 159,095 square feet. The additions will give
the factories a total floor area of 307,784 square feet, and will double the present
manufacturing, ware-house and shipping capacity.


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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,


Dear Sir:-
The ease of the State -Va- Alfred St. Clair-Abrame
amd A. K. Taylor has been set for trial on the 6ith of !1aroh.
Kindly advine me if you will be in Jacksonville on that morning.
Under the law, it is not necessary to re-seieane you.
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GEORGE W.SAXON ,
JAMES A.B . L .
T. EUGENE PERKINS /
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Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Fla.

My Dear Sir:-

I am in receipt of your favor of the 16th instant, with

enclosure as stated. Beg to thank you for the same.

I have just received a letter from our friend Mr. Rawis,

and quote from same as follows:-

1i "I pick up from Kehoe- who is not friendly to W.S.J.):
) that Abrams is a loser. The Court has ordered him to disclOs
V how he will defend this Abrams will refuse to do; he will rac-
t tically in contempt%, and the Judge will order a verdict for
w. S. J.

Ir give you the above ih confidence:, and for your in-

formation, and for what it is worth.. Mr. Rawls seems to be under

the impression that the witnesses will have to be in Jackson-

villew next week, but, so far, I have not received a summons to

that effect.

Now, with reference to your notes, with me, I have thought

out a suggestion to make to you. that will overcome the point

which we discussed some time last year, and that is the matter

of interest; I ,therefore, enclose: two notes dated January 22nd,

covering interest only after maturity; these, of course, are to

take place att-:.' renewal of the notes due January 22nd, and you

can simply give me your due bill for the interest,payable July

22nd. If you think well of this, sign the notes, and enclose the

due bill, and I will return the old notes cancelled.

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Tampa, Florida, February 20, 1907.



Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Fla.

. Dear Sir:

At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the American Life

:.ii Insurance Company, held in their offices this date, it was unani-

mously voted to assess all stock of the Company ten per cent, five

per cent to be paid at once and five per cent July 1st, 1907.

This action was tak'n because of the rapid growth of the Com-

pany during the past year, necessitating the building up of a large

reserve, and from the fact. that it may 4,e deemed wise at some time

during the current year to enter new territory. It was also felt

that it would tend to create in the minds of the insuring public a

S former belief in the progressiveness and solid financial standing of

the institution in which we all feel adjust pride.

We trust this will meet with your hearty approval and that you

will remit us at once the amount of this call. According to the

.books of the Company you hold / C shares of capital stock.

'Your assessment, therefore, is S payable at once, and

S J2.. f, payable July let, 1907.

Very truly yours,

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

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ALEx. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.



JACKSONVILLE. FLA.. po. 23 /1907.




Mr. George W. Saxon,

Capital City Bank,

Tallahassee, Florida.

Dear Sir:-

I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the

22nd inst. In reply I will state that trh case is set for the

6th of March, unless postponed by action of the Court, in

which event I will advise you.

Now, with regard to the contents of your letter. You

lose sight of the fact that a subpoena duces tecum was served

on you requiring you to produce the accounts of two depositors

with the deposit slips. I also wrote your Bank some time ago

that, if you would give me a statement of those, the Attorneys

for my son could then determine whether or not we would put you

to the trouble of coming to Jacksonville. I hate never received

any reply to this letter. It was written entirely in your

interest and, if possible, to save you the delay and trouble

of the trip and the expense to us*

I regret to say that, under the ruling of the Cout, your

testimony cannot be taken by deposition. I wish it could be.

Very truly yours,















Feuby. 25th, L907.







Mr. Alex r.. Olair Abrams,
Sico Bliig.
..oknp.-^lie, Fla.

Dear Sir:-'
Answering/your favcr of the 23rd, Dog to say that thib

Bank has rnever received the lei'ter you refer to; the only oommu-
nication r-iO-eived fror. 'youi was dated February 19th, and it

seems to hz,ve eeon a rn.irbon copy of a'Iothor Ittr' probably sent

to other witnesses, and stated that the case of the St-Ate -VB-

Allred St. Clair Abrams and A. K. Taylor- had been set for trial

on the 6t4 of Ma ch, and requested me to advise ..,ou if I would

be in Jacksaont lie on that day, to wv'.ch I r..ij,3d pronptl,'..
/'t lac,aAnat the ba-king ri.1es, whinh I think you will

find universal, to give information In reference to deponitora'

acooo-ints, it matters not of how little importance the account

maVy be.; qll ab6ounb are regarded as confidential by banks, and

iihformation on not be given out, except by order of .the courts.

'/ Yours very truly,






Porm i6CB. 5m-1o-o6.


Telephone Exchange Jacksonville, Fla.


J acsonv il. e, Fla.


'\MR.


Jacksonville, Fla.


Dear Sir:-
We beg to call attention to our bill rendered 1st inst.
for $ -- which remains unpaid. The same was due
under your co tract on the date named, and has doubtless
been overlooked by you.
We must request immediate payment, and in accordance
with the rule, which has been found necessary, if by the
end of the current month it has not been paid we shall be
obliged to stop further service.
In replying kindly send check and this notice and
return bill to be receipted.
Very truly yours,
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.

Our bills are numerous and teach ol tnall amount, and our low rates make their prompt collection
essential in order to carry on tile bLSine.le antl meet our own obligations.


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STATE of FLORIDA,
of the CaMM55



TALL4HASSEE


peby. 23rd, 1907.

Hon. W. S. Jennings,

Jacksonville, Florida.

My Dear Sir:-

Yours of the 20th inet, enclosing the original report

and opinion td the Trustees of Abstract No. 1778, prepared by Realty

Tiltle Trust Co., for the Clay County lands, to be filed with the

Trustees, also copy of said report and opinion, received. I thank

you very much for the same, and will file these papers as directed by

you.

Yours very truly,


Commissioner of Agriculture.






H. s. BunD Leesburg State ba"a, R. F. E. COOKE

3und & (Jneakr, Iantkers

CADLE ADDRESS, BANK
REFER TO DATE OF THIS LETTER IN REPLY


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Hon. W.S.J]--,in!rns

Jx

Dear sir,

Yours of 18th & 20th received: also the 5 s'-:r,

We are obliged for statement of the Barn,-s & Jesup Co.. We take it
the crital i-s '500,000 less $150,000 -.-i ujy 'Stock, 17v ''.50,000. et
It, would be rotinent to nmow -uhe limit to .rviiich "Bills P-,vable" are
available to them, but we do r.ot, suppose you can ascertain this. But .'o
can perhaps tell us somethii.if of the accounts. Qrui ,stions that occur to
us are, In giving credit to customi---r,what rules are follow,.? What,
rrorortion of them ir-e secu'-.:d? The securities a-.r- always mort. 'ge's,we
presume,on turpentine farms. What are the items "Bills 7ee." '; "L't--
& Bonds?

In mentioning the matter to the writer some time 'g-o you contemplat--
secured loans to the B.& J.Co.,&c.. The idea now is to deposit funid.-
which can be withdrawn without notice, &: ftu.rd: so deposited would not'
be secured,we suppose. At 6.?' the former course miniht be preferable, &
the other only if 83 is paid. What do you think?

We are prer.ar-d. to invest ;*'10,000.00 as a starter in either way,if it
meets your i.Tpiova.], remittii.f them Jx or N.Y. --.ch-r q.- at par.

I regret I cannot see the provision of the charter limiting indebted-
ness differently from what I have already stated.

Yourts truly,




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